Events for Sci-Fi movie/series and Real Life Aniversaries

How about (reoccuring?) events for the date when a Sci-Fi movie or a series came out?
All players will be told in advance by email or ingame notice.

If it was… say ALIEN, people are given coordinate to see “Nostromo” fly by. Stop. Eject a small transporter to a planet. Return after a couple of minutes. A few minutes later the small craft escapes the area and “Nostrome” self-destructs.

If it was Star Trek, one could have an encounter with the BORK-Cube, one of the Enterprises and or an Imperial Klingon Vessel.


Star Wars. People could join in blowing up the Death Star. All being Player killers or having a Bounty of a certain number and above on them, may only choose Tie-Fighter at the nearby station. everyone else are free to choose Tie-Fighter or X-Wing. Just like when people are able to click on “Board my Corvette”.
Coordinates will be given and only Tie-Fighter and Death Star will be able to damage X-Wing and X-Wing vice versa.

On July 21., the date of the moonlanding, the command- and moon module of the SATURN V Rocket could fly by and orbit a moon.

April 12th, a Vostok 1 could orbit a planet to commemorate Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin - the First human in space.

Any other?

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Some of those suggestions might be a problem due to copyright laws. Other than that, I agree 100%

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Don’t be silly! Rules are ment to to be broken!

Jests aside, - I am sure they can find a way… IF they want to. Royalties mostly work I hear :)…

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Thinking about it… with a few modifications the Noctis/Porpoise could look like the Firefly-ship…

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These would have to be player run. We don’t even have real life holiday celebrations because they’re not lore appropriate. Hell, we can’t even get cat ears for the weebs because it breaks the bleak, dystopian future vibe.

All except the Star Wars and Star Trek. As mentioned these are themed wars. All others are NPC-driven.

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